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Graffiti Kids at Work

Posted on September 26, 2007 by

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A rare chance to see those graffiti kids doing their “masterpieces”. Personally I thought that this kind of works were done with the printed paper, though here they show it’s drawn with paintbrushes.

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22 responses to “Graffiti Kids at Work”

  1. Maka Maka Maj says:


  2. John from Kansas says:

    I believe you are right. Still, that’s an ingenious variation of graffiti.

    • lithuanian says:

      Not really. It looks like they are Banksy’s copycats.

      • jenny says:

        Ohh– that’s not fair at all– Banksy didn’t invent graffitti (I could just as easily say Banksy is ripping off Keith Haring), he just has a very particular style of politically-themed graffiti. There’s nothing particularly political about this, nor does it emulate Banksy’s style (it’s not even a stencil, which is Banksy’s main method).

        so there.

  3. Dungeonbrownies says:

    hard to swallow. Maybe he’s just laquer and painting over stickons he made?

  4. J. Goose says:

    Nice work. Simple, whimsical, good use of repitition. I agree, its large paper prints/transfers pasted to the wall with wheat paste or something similar. Wonder how it holds up in the weather?

  5. pit says:

    They are using the Rasterbator (homokaasu.org/rasterbator)and then wheat pasting. Not really graffiti, rather “street art”… Not bad, but not so original.

  6. Pacific NW says:

    I’m unsure if I like this. It’s reminds me a bit too much of ‘Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’, or something of that nature.

  7. kastromudarra says:

    Have you not seen how people apply posters in the streets? they use a bloom to apply the glue. It´s the same process but with a paintbrush, to apply it with every kind of detail.

  8. hamza says:

    sniper eyes…lucky aim

  9. miro says:

    It’s just a big, nicely printed sticker…
    For a true stencil art, visit M-city’s page:
    this guy rock’s!

  10. Nishad Joshi says:

    Yeah, that brush isn’t used to paint. He’s applying paste to the wheat paper, kind of like glue. So it sticks.

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